Judges skeptical toward Flynn’s bid to end case

U.S. appeals court judges signaled skepticism toward a bid by President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn to compel a federal judge to immediately drop the criminal case against him as the Justice Department has demanded – even though Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the … Read more Judges skeptical toward Flynn’s bid to end case

Israel’s Surging Protests Explained

For the past few weeks, Israel has been experiencing raucous street demonstrations against Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu. The rallies have no organized leadership, but the protesters share a goal: Fed up with the prime minister’s scandals and mismanagement of the coronavirus, they want to bring down his coalition and get him out of office. Netanyahu may … Read more Israel’s Surging Protests Explained

Being a Tennis Line Judge is DANGEROUS!

Tennis line judges are right in the firing line… Subscribe to our channel for the best ATP tennis videos and tennis highlights: https://www.youtube.com/tennistv?sub_confirmation=1 Watch official ATP tennis streams from every tournament: http://tnn.is/YouTube Tennis TV is the OFFICIAL live streaming service of the ATP Tour. Tennis TV features live streaming and video on demand of ATP … Read more Being a Tennis Line Judge is DANGEROUS!

Leonard Warwick Family Court bomber found guilty of murdering three people in 1980s | ABC News

The man known as the Family Court bomber has been found guilty of three murders and a string of bombings across New South Wales in the early 1980s. The Supreme Court has found Leonard Warwick was motivated by hate for Family Court judges and other individuals he felt kept his daughter from him. The families … Read more Leonard Warwick Family Court bomber found guilty of murdering three people in 1980s | ABC News

Opinion: the Shamima Begum appeals – David Allen Green

The FT’s legal commentator continues his ‘guided tour’ series by examining how to read the Shamima Begum judgment. Senior judges have ruled that one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria in 2015 to join Isis should be allowed to return to the UK to challenge deprivation of her British citizenship

Keiser Report | Moral Hazard For All | E1568

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the retail investors who piled into bankrupt companies now begging bankruptcy judges to save them from wipeout – something which happens almost with certainty for shareholders in all cases of bankruptcy. In the second half, Max interviews theoretical physicist and bitcoin mining expert, Bob … Read more Keiser Report | Moral Hazard For All | E1568

Lady Leshurr on Growing up as a Black Women & a Special Surprise Rap | Good Morning Britain

Celebrity Masterchef is back on our screens and the UK’s Queen of Grime has swapped rapping for roasting in a bid to impress judges, John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Known for her catchy viral freestyle series ‘Queen’s Speech’ and lockdown version, ‘Quarantine Speech’ – she has just dropped a seven-track EP titled Quaranqueen and is … Read more Lady Leshurr on Growing up as a Black Women & a Special Surprise Rap | Good Morning Britain

Shamima Begum refuses to speak to journalists at a camp in northern Syria

Shamima Begum refused to speak to journalists at a camp in northern Syria following the decision by senior judges to allow her to return to the UK to challenge her Ms Begum – one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State group (IS) – travelled to Syria … Read more Shamima Begum refuses to speak to journalists at a camp in northern Syria

Shamima Begum ‘wants to clear her name’

Shamima Begum, one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join so-called Islamic State, should be allowed to return to the UK to challenge the removal of her British citizenship, senior judges have ruled. Many have voiced concerns that, should the IS bride be allowed into the United Kingdom for her appeal, … Read more Shamima Begum ‘wants to clear her name’

Shamima Begum ‘should be allowed to return to UK’ | ITV News

Shamima Begum – the east London schoolgirl who travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State (IS) group – should be allowed to return to the UK to challenge the deprivation of her British citizenship, senior judges have ruled. Ms Begum, now 20, travelled to Syria in February 2015 and lived under IS rule … Read more Shamima Begum ‘should be allowed to return to UK’ | ITV News

UN’s top court backs Qatar in air blockade row with neighbours

The International Court of Justice, the UN’s top court, has backed Qatar in a dispute with four neighbours which imposed an air blockade against Doha more than three years ago. The Hague-based ICJ on Tuesday rejected the appeal by Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates against a decision by the world civil … Read more UN’s top court backs Qatar in air blockade row with neighbours

Probe opened after bodies donated to science ‘eaten by rats at Paris research centre’

IN THE PAPERS – Friday, July 10: We look at reactions in the French press after Emmanuel Macron announced that Notre-Dame Cathedral’s spire, which burned down last year, will be rebuilt in its identical gothic style. Also, French judges open an investigation into allegations that a renowned university’s research facility let human corpses donated for … Read more Probe opened after bodies donated to science ‘eaten by rats at Paris research centre’

The Debrief: Michael Berens on judges who violate oaths and how they keep their jobs

A Reuters investigation uncovers how the U.S. legal system allowed thousands of judges to stay on the bench despite breaking laws they pledged to uphold. Correspondent Michael Berens explains on #TheDebrief Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is … Read more The Debrief: Michael Berens on judges who violate oaths and how they keep their jobs

Major League Soccer players take a knee in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

Nearly 200 players and officials performed a silent demonstration lasting eight minutes and 46 seconds, the length of time a police officer knelt on George Floyd’s neck, ahead of Major League Soccer’s return on Wednesday night. Orlando City beat Inter Miami 2-1 in the match that followed, former Manchester United winger Nani scoring the winner … Read more Major League Soccer players take a knee in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement